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The true title of the article is "A Goat That Suffers From Anxiety Is Only Calm When She Is In Her Duck Costume." Has life reached the level of ennui where goats with anxiety are now news? What possessed someone to put a duck costume on a goat in the first place? Perhaps the goat has anxiety because it's shopping and not in a field eating weeds with its family. And above all, who let a goat in the store? Not cool.

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  • ahnyerkeester

    ahnyerkeester 4 years, 1 month ago

    We have, as a society, lost our collective minds. Police find a child in the backseat of a car strapped into a car seat while both parents in the front are totally out of it because of meth and we're concerned about a goat having anxiety.

    When I was in Kenya a few years ago, I was working with a couple of nationals and we approached a farm when a dog barked at us in a very threatening way. One of the nationals kicked dust at the dog and yelled at it. When we left the farm he asked me why Americans love dogs so much. He felt they were nasty animals that you needed on a farm. I told him that they replace children for a lot of people. He found this incredulous and about lost his mind when I told him that abortion is legal but you can go to jail if you touch an eagle's egg. He said, "We must pray more for America."

    If I told him that someone was doing this with a goat, he'd probably pass out. I know I nearly did.

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  • OperationBrandon

    OperationBrandon 4 years, 1 month ago

    How terrible, snatching a small amount of joy from the ridiculousness of a rescued goat in a duck costume.

    In real terms, I don't think anyone is concerned about the goat's anxiety. It's just nice to see cute pictures of animals some time. And it does explain why they use the duck costume.

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  • Chet_Manly

    Chet_Manly 4 years, 1 month ago

    I'll just say that I'm glad we are in a country free enough for people to be able to put goats in duck costumes while everyone else is also free shake their heads and say wth is going on with that.

    But I don't blame people in other countries dealing with actual problems (like famine, wild animals eating them, roving gangs, boko harem, isis, malaria, Putin, etc.) being incredulous about how we live our lives.

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